Following a similar protest Friday night in San Francisco outside a fundraiser hosted by the actor at the home of a venture capitalist, supporters of the Democratic presidential hopeful gathered in Los Angeles, where they protested outside of the actor's Studio City home.
About 100 Sanders supporters -- who were part of a counter-fundraiser being held down the street at the home of Howard Gold, whose family founded the 99 Cents Only chain -- filled the street outside Clooney's home.
Tickets to the Clinton fundraiser, which was attended by about 150 supporters, started at $33,400. Co-hosts included Jeffrey and Marilyn Katzenberg, Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw and Haim and Cheryl Saban.
Once Clinton's motorcade arrived, Sanders supporters held high signs that read "Feel the Bern! Only $27" -- a reference to the cost of the counter-fundraiser -- and "Goldman Sach's Loves Hillary. Feel the Bern." Some supporters also showered her motorcade with money, an apparent jab at Clinton's perceived close relationship with Wall Street.
The protesters then kicked off an impromptu dance party in the street, blasting music on a loud speaker and singing in unison the song "This Land is Your Land."
There were no arrests, but there was a tense moment when a Secret Service agent encouraged one of the protesters to the side of the street, prompting others to shout "don't touch her!"
The open-to-the-public counter-fundraiser organized by Gold was dubbed the "99% Party," and featured performers and food.